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From Diane Holt <hol...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Javac.java - Problems running javac on Windows
Date Mon, 18 Sep 2000 11:32:39 GMT
--- Stefan Bodewig <bodewig@bost.de> wrote:
> Diane, are you using a very deep directory structure so that the
> filenames themselves get very long?

Longest single full-path source filename: 139 chars
(Not sure if that's considered all that long in the Java source world :)

Statistical breakdown:
Number of filenames > 100 chars: 962
Number of filenames >  90 chars: 681
Number of filenames >  80 chars: 537
Number of filenames >  70 chars: 623
Number of filenames >  60 chars: 615
Number of filenames >  50 chars: 105

Number of filenames <  50 chars:   0

Number of files found at the final scoop-up <javac> task: 2572 (*)

*The numbers don't add up, not because I can't do arithmetic, but
 because I have build-order issues, so I have 25 <javac>'s that are
 limited as to which files they're handed, then the final <javac>
 gets to do the big wild-carding. :)

This may be overkill for the question you asked, but it was a diversion
from the sticky spot I've hit in the build. :)

Hope at least one or some of the numbers is helpful,
Diane


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